Cold start, Rain develops Monday afternoon

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Temperatures will hold fairly steady much of the day until we see a high in the upper 50s. As clouds decrease highs only reach the mid-30s.

The heaviest of the snow is over and done with for most of us, but more is on the way to much of the FOX 17 viewing area.

Afternoon high temperatures will be warmer than yesterday but will feel cool with more cloud cover.

"Another weak weather system may bring rain and mountain snow Thursday night into Friday", officials said.

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Monday morning will be cloudy, but as we head into Monday afternoon, the rain will begin to fall. The forecast high is colder than the normal low temperature of 35 degrees for this time of year, according to the Weather Service. It will be windy tomorrow with north winds at 10 to 20 miles per hour with higher wind gusts possible.

Tuesday evening, additional snow showers are likely, mainly before 9:00 p.m. with less than a half inch of snow expected.

Tuesday night - Partly cloudy, with a low around 22. Thursday, showers could cover western Alabama, all of the way over to the Golden Triangle Region and points north. Highs on Thursday will warm into the middle and upper 40's. In fact, we do have some snow showers out there this morning and a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until noon for Newaygo and Oceana counties. Low: 38. High: 64. Sunny skies are anticipated, along with some gusty winds Tuesday night and Wednesday.

He continued: "By the time we get to Friday that weather front in the northwest has fizzled out". At the moment, there is very little signal for wintry conditions, with any snow more likely to be confined to higher ground'.